Life is strange. It is filled with emotions, passions, feelings, ambitions, relations, dreams and most importantly reality. Some say life is brutal which is correct in its own accord, while some say life is beautiful which again is absolutely correct. The amalgamation of different experiences decides the overall outlook one has on life. It is human nature to doubt what can not be seen, or completely understood for that matter. Uncertainty is a difficult thing to handle be it in deciding which dress to wear for a party or deciding whether to take the next big step. Planning ahead is one way we deal with such issues while another way is to simply let things decide for themselves. It is not necessary always to take control of life, sometimes it is just okay to let go your grip from the steering wheel of life and enter free flow. To err is human nature, we all make mistakes and most of us regret them later. There are times in life when you are sure of everything, you are positive that each step is going nowhere but in the right direction. You are cruising along the highway of dreams when all of a sudden reality hits you hard, right in the face. BAM! and everything goes astray, everything seems distorted and out of order and nothing makes sense (just like this post). One minute your living the dream and the other minute you are in complete mess. One wrong turn and life is back on the disaster track, everything you planned seems out of range. This is where faith kicks in, a very hard to get concept and even harder to practice. It is one thing to say “have a little faith” and it is a completely different story staying strong in the midst of crisis. The only thing we can be sure of is that God (if you believe in God) is there, and verily God is the best of planners. What may seem a dead end to us might just be a new opening and what may seem a big problem in our life may be just a small sacrifice to save us from greater troubles. Life is strange and God has a rather delicate way of making HIS presence felt.
“What seems to us as bitter trials are often blessings in disguise – Oscar Wilde”